The Dunneill river walk starts in Dromore West nearby the village petrol station. The riverside walk follows the meandering Dunneill river and links the village of Dromore West with the coast road.
The walk brings you through mature woodlands and along fertile pastures where cows happily graze.
Admiring the diverse variety of plants, walk towards the coast following the ever widening Dunneill river. Along the route, you will have to cross the beautiful restored Ballygilcash and Donaghintraine bridges which are more than 200 years old.
From Ballygilcash bridge, there are good views of the seaward side of the walk which follow the west side of the limestone river gorge which is abundant in flora and fauna, waterfalls and limestone cascades.
Along this stretch of the riverwalk, pay attention to the blackthorn hedges which carry loads of sloe berries in autumn. Once you reach Donaghintraine bridge, you can follow the coast road towards Drome West village or return along the path .
Waymarking: Country Roads
Length (km): 3.0 km
Ascend (m): 16m
Ordnance survey map: OSI discovery series 25